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Boys basketball falls one game short of state tournament

By: Jared Hines Members of the Rogers boys basketball team knew they were going to have to play one of their best games of the season coming into the 8-4A section final game against Maple Grove on March 16 at Monticello High School. The Royals, arguably coming off their best game of the season in

Boys basketball advances to section semifinals!

By: Jared Hines With 6:57 left to play in the Section 8-4A section quarterfinal game between Rogers and Brainerd, Royals junior Jordan Belka hit a three-point shot to give his team a 59-57 lead. On the next play down the floor, teammate Matt Carik caught the Warriors off guard and threw an inbounds pass to

Boys basketball takes on Brainerd in first round of sections!

By: Jared Hines  The Rogers boys basketball team finished the regular season last night by beating Buffalo 65-55 and going 13-0 in the Mississippi 8 conference. The conclusion of a successful 22-4 regular season has given the Royals the No. 3 seed in Section 8-4A and one more home game at the Rogers High School

Boys basketball remains undefeated in conference play!

By: Jared Hines With 14 minutes left in the Royals 59-46 win over the Magic, Jordan Belka came down and hit a three-point basket to put Rogers up 37-27 and put the junior into double figures for the eighth time in nine games. On the next possession, teammate Mitch Spilles knocked down another three-point shot

Boys basketball win streak ends against Wayzata

By: Jared Hines  The Royals boys basketball team knew they would have to get out to a quick start against Wayzata if they wanted to control the game and have a chance to knock out the Trojans’ team that came into Rogers High School Field House with the same 19-3 record as they had. Wayzata

Boys basketball wins 12th in a row, share of conference title!

By: Jared Hines As Rogers was taking care of business at home against Brainerd in a 67-47 victory over Brainerd, a game was coming down to the wire just 16 short miles away. The Buffalo Bison, a team with just five wins on the season, were beating Big Lake, the team on the heels of

Carik helps lead boys basketball team to 11th straight win!

By: Jared Hines When Big Lake’s Tanner Teige hit a three-point shot to put the Hornets up 35-33 over the Royals with 11:08 left to play, the Rogers players, coaches, and bench looked deflated. The team’s 10-game win streak was on the line, along with a chance to widen the lead at the top of

Win No. 9 in a row for boys basketball!

By: Jared Hines (@Jared_Hines27) Rogers head coach Joe Belka and the rest of the Royals basketball team were visibly frustrated as the first half buzzer sounded and the team headed into the locker room. The Royals led 28-18, another half where their defensive presence was keeping them in the game. Now it was just the

Boys basketball continues conference win streak!

By: Jared Hines (@Jared_Hines27) The Royals trailed by one point early in the team’s 77-51 win on Feb. 3 that advanced the Rogers to a 7-0 record against the Mississippi 8 conference. Trevor Brenning checked into the game and hit a three-point basket to put the Royals ahead. A couple minutes later, he hit another

Girls basketball defeats Chanhassen!

By: Jared Hines (@Jared_Hines27) With 11:40 left in the game, Rogers sophomore Emily Rubbelke reached her arms out as far as she possibly could to grab the basketball from falling out of bounds and back into Chanhassen’s possession. She succeeded, keeping her toes just centimeters from the out-of-bounds line and gathering herself after her momentum